NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia

Emily Floyd: The Dawn

An open space

Drawing parallels between educational models and contemporary art, Emily Floyd’s bold and colourful works generate spaces for social engagement and interaction whilst provoking discussions about contemporary social, cultural and political ideas.

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Fondazione HangarBicocca, Via Chiese 2, 20126 Milano, Italy

Céline Condorelli: bau bau

Installation view, bau bau

Condorelli's exhibition of sculpture, installation, video and text is imagined as a context for the co-existence of objects, participants and the public, creating a new space for doing and thinking.

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Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Glasgow, G12 8QQ, Scotland

Lucy Skaer

Lucy Skaer, Leonora, 2006

Caught here are Skaer’s investigations into the essence of things and realities: intuitive, organic thought articulated in exquisite structures and meticulous processes. Review by Valerie Norris

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Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London, SE1 0LN

Jerwood Encounters: The Grantchester Pottery paints the stage

'Jerwood Encounters: The Grantchester Pottery paints the stage' (2015), Installation View, Jerwood Space

‘The Grantchester Pottery paints the stage’ is the 20th exhibition in the Jerwood Visual Arts’ Encounters series, a programme of one-off exhibitions which seek to encourage conversations and analysis through the exhibition-making process. Review by Kathryn Lloyd.

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MOT International, 72 New Bond Street 1st Fl., London, W1S 1RR


John Russell, 'Aquarium Proletarium' (2014), installation view at MOT International, London

John Russell’s second solo show, 'AQUARIUM PROLETARIUM' with MOT International continues to disrupt the boundaries between language and image through an immersive and multi-sensory installation, punctuated with darkly humorous images and philosophical references. Review by Zoë Marden.

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The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland

Interview: Niamh O’Malley

Niamh O'Malley, Installation photograph, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, December 2014

Maeve Connolly speaks to artist Niamh O’Malley about her current exhibition at The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, affirms her ongoing interest in the processes through which images are constructed, revealed and obscured, and her continued capacity to estrange apparently familiar objects and environments.

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Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Piazza Mafalda di Savoia, 10098 Rivoli, Torino, Italy

Sophie Calle: MAdRE

Installation view, MAdRE

A major new collaboration between Sophie Calle and the Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea explores pain, intimacy and death through site-specific installations. Calle's works explore the analogy of mother|sea (madre|mare), a sea that welcomes and gathers, covers and invests emotions.

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Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Maag Areal, Zahnradstr. 21, 8005 Zurich

Alex Hubbard: Urethane Paintings

Installation view

The cast and poured paintings of Alex Hubbard become lenses through which the gallery space as well as the other paintings in the exhibition can be viewed.

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New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York, NY 10002

Chris Ofili: Night and Day

Chris Ofili: Night and Day, installation view at New Museum

Chris Ofili’s first museum survey in the United States debunks and transcends his unjustified and limiting reputation as an African diaspora-centric artist who once employed the medium of elephant dung. Review by Arthur Ivan Bravo

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Gallery II, University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford BD7 1DP UK

Past Caring

Past Caring, Installation View at Gallery II, Bradford, 2014

Past Caring is an exhibition that explicitly makes central the subject of care as an active site for ‘intellectual and political possibilities.' Review by Louise Shelley

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EOA.Projects, 40 Elcho St, London, SW11 4AT

Never Never Land: Interview with Curator Amal Khalaf

'Never Never Land', installation view at EAO.Projects, London

Amal Khalaf, Co-Curator of the group show 'Never Never Land' currently at EAO.Projects, London, speaks to Sophie Risner about how the exhibition reflects on a history of political satire in the Middle East, presenting a group of contemporary works which subvert mass media formats and challenge preconception.

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Tintype Gallery, 107 Essex Road, London, N1 2SL

Essex Road

'Essex Road', Installation view at Tintype Gallery, London

‘Essex Road’, a collection of eight films by eight artists shown daily between dusk and 11pm at Tintype Gallery, offers an impressively thoughtful reflection on the use of film as a record of place. Karl Musson reviews.

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